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Euri 04-07-2003 06:18 PM

MP saber vs SP
 
I just finished SP and trying to switch to MP.

I notice a big difference between the two. In SP (where I am used to) when I just press the attack button (without keybord input) I make a left swing in the current stance.

When I do the same in MP (just attack) I do an overhead swing.

For my this is a big difference since i am used to SP and i can tell you that the way attack works in MP it is mutch harder to do the "death from above" move in red stance.

Is there a way to make the MP respond the same as SP?
Please help and please be analytical (assume that the only thing I can is open the console-nothing more)

Thank you very much

ToppDog 04-08-2003 02:29 AM

They are designed as 2 different games, & without a mod that reproduces the SP aspects into MP there is really not much you can do except learn the different swings with MP.

Izzy 04-08-2003 06:48 AM

I personally prefer SP saber, because the yellow "DFA" is easier to do (as well as red of course) but the yellow one makes saber duels more fluent, flipping over one and other. I wish you could do it in MP!

Duelist 04-19-2003 09:17 AM

We all wish sabers could work in MP like in SP. SP saber fights are so much more intense and cooler! Too bad I don't know of anything that can change it... :(

Prime 04-19-2003 04:43 PM

It would be great to have MP more like SP, but it doesn't take long to get the hang of the differences.

Kurgan 04-24-2003 04:41 AM

Just so you know, the 1.04 patch makes MP saber more like the SP saber, but they are still significantly different.

If you wish to start learning the MP version, please visit the following site:

http://strategy.jediknightii.net/saber.shtml


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